Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by DancePoet, Nov 25, 2006.
i'm making mine *after* xmas and will post pics too . yours look great!
looking forward to them, alemana!
Holy cow! Those cookies look positively scrumpcious!
Maybe I'll be planning a trip to samina's place for the holidays.
Yeah...let's go crash her party. Oh wait, she's going away. We need to find out where her mom lives
Good point. Her mom lives in FL. Not my favorite place to go, but maybe those cookies will lure me in. :raisebro:
hey, i froze some of the fascination cookies... come to jersey after the new year & we'll make our own little party!
Just in case you want to know where the big guy is:
I just sooo love having a cookie named after me...okay I can't help it...it wasn't my planned road to fame, but meh, I'll take it
now just wait until you have a dance move named after you
well it had better be a waltz or tango move...maybe bolero
well, take your pick:
I kinda like the fascilero....nice ring. And I bet it's a smokin' move, too
of that you may be certain...I still live for our new silver bolero routine(3 lunges, single foot spin to contra check, and this delicious thing where he drapes my arm over his neck...fans self furiously)...yum...btw....have a merry one MQ...and I got the order...hug
Well your bolero sounds better than mine ever was. Hope it looks as sexy as it sounds You have a merry one, too. I have to go fetch all the kids' presents at my neighbor's house. I knew there was no way I could keep them here....have a merry one yourself.
well, my daughter left a bag of cut up carrots for the "rain deer" and I just ate the cookies she left for Santa. It's a good thing I thought to sniff the glass of milk as it was bad. Ack! And my cat is celebrating her first Christmas stoned on catnip.
Shopped all day and night, then wrapped, wrapped, wrapped. Tired!
Christmas is coming together!
Merry Christmas, Everyone!
my eyes! my eyes! :shock:
*quickly grabs two ibuprofen*
kewl...I used to explain to the kids that santa liked Guinness ...but they forgot last night...but they were up at 5 am...ack
Ooh, forgot about that sort of thing. My son doesn't believe in Santa anymore, so we just put our presents under the tree and open them in the morning. We used to leave carrots and cookies and some milk, but when he was in 3rd grade (he's in 6th now) he just told me "Mom, I know you're the ones who get the presents, so how about I just give you my wishlist".
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